CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
CEO John Legere takes to Twitter to update customers about network issues that hit an unspecified number of users on Friday.
Disruption to the carrier's network began around 6 p.m. PT but did not appear to affect all customers.
As carriers prepare for Nemo, they're offering up tips for customers caught in the massive winter blizzard.
CNET talks to one of the executives responsible for preparing for and dealing with a crisis. Verizon says 99 percent of its networks are back up, while AT&T is up to 98 percent.
High winds and storm surge flooding have taken their toll on cell phone, Internet, and other communications services for many in Hurricane Sandy's path.
The mobile market was full of one major deal after another in 2011. CNET takes a look back.
Carol Bartz is fired from her post as Yahoo CEO but doesn't leave quietly. Also, Sprint files suit against AT&T's merger with T-Mobile and the iPhone 5 remains very elusive.
Yes, it's that time of year again: time for the annual Apple iPhone harvest. This time, it's the iPhone 4S, which looks a lot like the old model, but with some pretty substantial improvements. We also discuss last week's CTIA trade show where we saw several new Android handsets, and Jessica witnessed phone destruction at the hands of Nokia. We also look forward to tomorrow's triple-event extravaganza: BlackBerry DevCon, the Motorola/Verizon event in New York, and the Samsung/Google event in Hong Kong. And last but not least, we say a fond farewell to Bonnie Cha and Kent German, as they become occasional hosts instead of regular ones.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has a new CEO. Here's a list of action items for the new guy to tackle on his first day on the job.
This edition of Ask Maggie helps one reader figure out whether to keep the Samsung Galaxy Nexus even with spotty 4G service.